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3 hrs ago | Vail Daily News
I am one of those Baby Boomers that always enjoys coming to Vail to ski in the winter and vacation in the summer.
7 hrs ago | Vail Daily News
Buying a home anyplace is a challenge for most people and sorting out the myths from reality as to what is required can be a challenge.
11 hrs ago | DVDCreation Reviews
New data from the Bureau of Statistics shows that around 52,902 home loans were granted to new owner-occupiers.
15 hrs ago | ContactMusic.com
Cher Lloyd found it difficult to tell her parents she is settling down in America and buying a home there.
17 hrs ago | Gazette.net
The county Planning Board recently approved spending $395,000 to buy a house and one-acre lot to help expand the Ovid Hazen Wells regional park in Clarksburg.
Mike and Jamie Vos always dreamed of buying a home where they would put down roots and raise their children.
TAOISEACH Enda Kenny insists there is no new property bubble despite house prices rising at the highest rate on record.
Americans shopping for houses must take care they don't get financially trapped by subprime mortgages, says real estate lawyer Shari Olefson, director of The Carnegie Group.
The latest Treasury bond rally continues to benefit anyone looking to buy a home, as mortgage rates, which tend to follow Treasury yields, remain close to 2014 lows.
Palm Springs Life @palmspringslife Reports say President @BarackObama is buying a house.
Fannie Mae's Doug Duncan, at Wednesday's Annual Conference general session, discussed housing trends, monetary policy, interest rates and factors that shape homeownership decisions of young consumers.
On the scale of big lifetime purchases, it's safe to say mortgage loans rank pretty high.
Today, the best mortgage rates are available to borrowers with credit scores of 720 or higher.
America's major urban centers are seeing some major price hikes in the apartment-rental market.
My colleague Andrea Browne recently bought her first home and shared some great advice in a recent Starting Out column about the process.
Rumor has it that Barack and Michelle Obama are buying a home in Rancho Mirage, CA for $4.5 million.
Updated: Fri Jul 25, 2014 08:47 pm
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